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PCR Primer Designs And Basic Principls Of Entrez(2nd half), Lecture Slide - Biology

PCR Primer Designs And Basic Principls Of Entrez(2nd half), Lecture Slide - Biology, Computational Biology, Medicine and Pharmacy, Robert F. Murphy, Designing primers for sequence families, Network...
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PCR Primer Designs And Basic Principls Of Entrez(1st half), Lecture Slide - Biology

PCR Primer Designs And Basic Principls Of Entrez(1st half), Lecture Slide - Biology, Computational Biology, Medicine and Pharmacy, Robert F. Murphy, Polymerase Chain Reaction, DNA polymerase, Annea...
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Biological Imaging IV(2nd half), Lecture Slide - Biology

Biological Imaging IV(2nd half), Lecture Slide - Biology, Computational Biology, Medicine and Pharmacy, Robert F. Murphy, 3D labeling approach, DNA Features, Hotelling T2 test, SImEC
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Biological Imaging IV(1st half), Lecture Slide - Biology

Biological Imaging IV(1st half), Lecture Slide - Biology, Computational Biology, Medicine and Pharmacy, Robert F. Murphy, Biological Imaging, Proteomics, CD-tagging, Zernike moment features, Harali...
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Biological Imaging I(2nd half), Lecture Slide - Biology

Biological Imaging I(2nd half), Lecture Slide - Biology, Medicine and Pharmacy, Computational Biology, Robert F. Murphy, Point-spread function, 3D Microscopy, Image Formation, convolution, Image F...
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Biological Imaging I(1st half), Lecture Slide - Biology

Biological Imaging I(1st half), Lecture Slide - Biology, Medicine and Pharmacy, Computational Biology, Robert F. Murphy, Biological Imaging, Image Formation and Acquisition, Display of pixel values...
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Similarity Function And Sequence Comparison With Dot Matrices, Lecture Slide - Biology

Similarity Function And Sequence Comparison With Dot Matrices, Lecture Slide - Biology, Computational Biology, Medicine and Pharmacy, Robert F. Murphy, Similarity Functions, Scoring (similarity) ma...
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Protein Coding Regions, Lecture Slide - Biology

Protein Coding Regions, Lecture Slide - Biology, Computational Biology, Medicine and Pharmacy, Robert F. Murphy, Protein Coding Regions, Genetic codes, Reading Frames, ORF, ORFs and Exons, Fickett’...
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Phylogenetic Trees, Lecture Slide - Biology

Phylogenetic Trees, Lecture Slide - Biology, Computational Biology, Medicine and Pharmacy, Robert F. Murphy, Phylogenetic Trees, Molecular clocks, Tree-building methods
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Population Genetics, Lecture Slide - Biology

Population Genetics, Lecture Slide - Biology, Computational Biology, Medicine and Pharmacy, Robert F. Murphy, Population Genetics
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Elaborate the religious rituals of Rastafarian culture.

Cultural differences of people are defined by geographical boundaries and regional traditions. Please explain the cultural rituals that are performed by the people of Rastafarian.
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Explain Cdma2000 1x protocol.

Cdma2000 1x protocol is implemented in wireless networks this is not very famous but please share its details
30/07/2013

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What are the Three methods for compressed mode?

Compressed mode has different methods to increase data rates. Please state details
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What is Synchronous connection oriented (SCO)?

In master and slave communication SCO plays an important role. State its features.
29/07/2013

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Enlist the properties that are associated with the soluble salt present in the soil.

Soluble Salt present in the soil can cause fluctuation in the characteristics of Salt. Please Enlist some properties associated with soluble salt present in the soil.
29/07/2013

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Enlist some of the Planning Techniques.

Planning refers to managing the critical success parameters. Please provide names of different Planning Techniques that can be used for project Managament.
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What is meant by Granite Meal?

Fertilizer manufacturers use a special material called Granite Meal in making fertilizer. Please explain its composition and its uses in the fertilizer industry.
29/07/2013

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Enlist some features of Columnar structure.

Plant cannot grow in the region where the structure of the soil is Columnar. Please explain the reason for this.
29/07/2013

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Explain ITU-2000 standards.

ITU-2000 standards are introduced in 3G technology. Please state its working.
29/07/2013

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What is meant by Inbound Logistics?

Logistics deals with transportation of goods. Please explain the general concept of Inbound Logistics with respect to industrial marketing.
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What is the difference between a String object and and array of char values?

Answered: A Chain can be a character assortment along with advantage methods to shape the particular range (seeking, substring, structure related). In several different languages (Coffee, one example is),...
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Why is an Object [ ] array called a universal array?

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What functions are performed by a bridge?

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What is the advantage of a parabolic reflective antenna?

Answered: "Most waves entering the actual feeler, it doesn't matter what point of view, may echo and infiltrate the target on the parabola, thus focusing light and giving A tougher indication. "
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What tasks are performed by the transport layer?

Answered: The “Ring Master” of the CAM subsystem is the Transport Layer (XPT). Charged with the important tasks of tracking peripheral, controller, and device presence, CAM system wide resource ...
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Can you provide the languages that are supported by Database?

Answered: "SQL is often a well-liked relational database dialect first consistent within 1986 by the United states Home(a) Criteria Start (ANSI). Ever since then, it's been basically adoptive as a ...
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What do you understand by Process Hierarchy?

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What is the maximum transfer rate of SCSI (Small Computer System Interface)?

Answered: "SCSI could be the acronym for Smaller Computer Systems Interface. The particular SCSI greeting card, also called the SCSI number arranger, is often a Laptop or computer screen minute card that ...
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Can someone explain the Optomechanical type of Mouse?

Answered: " Optomechanical : Same as a mechanical mouse, but uses optical sensors to detect motion of the ball.Source: ...
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What is the function of a monitor of a computer? Kindly explain with detail description.

Answered: "In computers, a monitor is a computer display and related parts packaged in a physical unit that is separate from other parts of the computer. There are many ways to classify monitors. The most ...
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